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Posted on Wednesday, March 16 @ 13:08:13 PST by Blake_Morse
This is a new triumph for Valve. Despite lying to rabid gamers about the promise of cake, they're actually delivering something much, much sweeter: Portal 2. The tiny little downloadable game is getting strectched out into a standalone, retail box having sequel and we here at GR couldn't be happier. After checking out the hilarious first 6 minutes of the game, we took a walk with a couple of Aperture Science's finest to find out how the game has evolved and if there will be cake this time around.

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